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Short and brunette migrant from sunny Italy.
Can a person like this survive to Denmark?
Daniela: an ugly duckling in Blonde&Tall-land, is trying to find the essence of “being Danish” and will write down her perplexities and discoveries about Danish culture and behaviours.
Student of Journalism, she has found herself tied up to Aarhus, and moved again in this town to take a MA, after having lived in here 8 months in 2011.
This time she looks to the city with the eyes of a citizen, but still feeling as a foreigner.
Cause, she misses real pizza sometimes.

Curiosity Killed The Cat… Café

To be completely honest I have to admit it. I am a so-called dog person. So maybe I could have [...]

House Hunting in Copenhagen

  A month passed since I moved in in my apartment. The struggles to find a place to live, the [...]

Eurovision 2014 , Eurovision 1964: a bit about Music, Language, Denmark and Italy

Yesterday night I went home, after talking with a French friend of mine, about many things and between them, also [...]

Danish Beer, German Art

After a 9 months Aarhus pregnancy, I finally conceived my small little trip away from Denmark. Some could say I [...]

5 things that can happen at Northside (and actually happened)

Northside website already announces the next years dates of the Aarhus Music Festival, while, us, we’re still in the process [...]

A ViEW ON dANISH ART

daniela

Short and brunette migrant from sunny Italy. Can a person like this survive to Denmark? Daniela: an ugly duckling in Blonde&Tall-land, is trying to find the essence of “being Danish” and will write down her perplexities and discoveries about Danish culture and behaviours. Student of Journalism, she has found herself tied up to Aarhus, and moved again in this town to take a MA, after having lived in here 8 months in 2011. This time she looks to the city with the eyes of a citizen, but still feeling as a foreigner. Cause, she misses real pizza sometimes.
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